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T TITII3 RICHMOND CLIMAX r rOLUMJ 29RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1902 NUMBER 37 and more hen there is your Id Freezer Tom out Get an O K Freezer and you will iver regret the money spent And last but not least iont forget thatwe sell i h hest Stoves on earth o K Jewell Stoves id Ranges The Wonderful North Star- Refrigerator The Best Made byicewill solve the ice question and will save money for youI titer Coolers Springismake the sparkling water inviting e Also MakeScreen Doors and Windows Come and get one of our BROWN CULTIVATORS to keep the weeds out of your corn They are the best on earth SIt SHACKELFORD CO Main Street tIf RICHMOND KY heRacket Store FOR THE LEADING NOVELTIES Glassware Queensware Lunch Baskets Boxest Tablets and Pencils lower Pots- IrM ardiniers ++++++ + ++4 i We are the people who sell i them to you at prices that t t defy competition i t+ +++++ + ++4 ++++ UIT BRATTON Opposite Blue Grass Grocery i STREET RICHMOND KY pride ourselves on our l IVTE splendid assortment ol I FURNITURE+ + + t+ + + 4+++ + + + ++ + + +++ + ++ +++4 ++ ++ which is more extensive now than ever Every line is cristlinj with Holiday selections To properly celebrate tim season YOU will probably desire BOIIIO new piece We have new Chairs Tablec Buflet China CabinetsSideBonrds everything suitable for the Dining Room Iron Bpilsfull stock has jnst reached ue Library nnd Center Tablesin variety and beautiful workmanship Indies Desks best bargains ever firfOlHockerflany style yon nifty wish CiBuhes v try latest desigie- feo the line of Leather Goods Picture Framing Carpets Matting and Ilugs + + + +44 4 + + ++ ++t JO 8 JOPLIN I 220222 W Main Street 4 + ++ 4+++++++ ++ ++ ++4 + + ++++indertakmg a Specialty G W Evans Jr Embalmer and Director LR Blanton t DEALER DM Coal FeedSalt Sand Liriie- Cement Plaster Hair Etc rner Main and B Strcet =IjrP1n 85 Living to Be Cheaper The writer in the Philadelphia Ledger who predicts that the price of meat will decline to low figures during this month and October has reason on his side though his view conflicts that cf theSeretary of the National Live Stock Association The latter recently published a long letter in which he declared that beef couldnot be much lower be fore next spring basing his opinion on the scarcity of cattle However the outcry against the high prices and the government action against the alleged packers trust caused a falling off in the de mand for meat and the sub vegetablesto suppose that the abundance andcheapness of corn now maturing will have a decided sentimental effect upon the meat market even though cattle continue rather scarce Cattle can be fed so cheaply this fall that a rush to the market is inevitable besides which relief will come through the inevitably lower prices of hog products Provisions have already begun to decline sharply in Chicago and beef must go down too Already the packers have reduced the quotation on dried beef one cent a pound in the local markets and it is weak at that Attention should also be called to the lower prevail ing quotations for potatoes and flour Flour is afraction higher than a year ago but it has always been so cheap it is surprising white bread is not more largely consumed Po tatoes are also selling at a reasonable figure and are likely to continue cheap The high prices of the past have been due mainly to the 1901 shortage of the corn crop and the bumper yield of this year should correspondingly diminish the price of the principal table supplies CourierJournal Just Look at Her stepfaultlesssmiling face She looks good feels good Heres her secret She uses Dr Kings New Life Pills Resultallorgans active digestion good no head aches i o chance for blues Try them yourself Only 25c at Perry Thomas 1m Got Away John Stacy passed this office on a keen run Wednes day evening He was going like he might have been sent after the doctor That was not his errand however He was in jail parlance making a getasay He didnt have his hat and didnt need it John left his happy cell in a big hurry and didnt en cumber himself with a coat It happened at supper time John was in the corridor and when Tom Hammons brought in the food and was passing it into the cells he darted out of the door He dashed out of the yard and had a clear track There was none to molest him and he made savable time for the big woods He was serving a fine of 100 and had only twenty days more to stay He is also under a heavy bond to appear at next court to answer a charge of murderBeatty ville News A vegetable liquid for governing or equalizing the flow womens menses which occur once in every lunar mo- nthBRADFIBLDS Female Regulator is the essential quality of powerful herbs adaptedforsuch form that it is always properly assimilated and taken the system Stoppages suppression painful orother irregularity menses and flows are and cured by the regular use of this emmenagogue Menstruation or periodic flows neces states breaking down of cells the mucous membrane and a reconstruction after sickness which is accompanied with marked congestion andloss boo Such changes are very apt to produce chronic catarrh Lcucorrhca Or Whites is the result of these irritating ills charges Regulator cures these troubles and retores to health the patiet who suffered the debilitating losses JJuy of druggists 100 per bottle Our Illustrated book mailed free Perfect Heath for WMM TN IAfQ RUATO W MMs Matches use up Forests In the United States alone 4000000 feet of pine lumber are used every year for matches or the equivalent of the product of 400 acres of goodvirgin forest About 620000000 crossties are now laid on American railroads and 90000000 new ties are requiredannually for renew als The amount of timber used every year for ties alone is equivalent to 3000000000 feet of lumber There are now standing nearly 7500000 telegraph poles The average life ofa telegraph pole is about ten years so that near ly 750000 new poles are re quired every year for renew als These figures do not include telephone poles and the poles required on new railroad lines The total annual consumption of timber for ties and poles is equialent to the amount of timber grown on 100000 acres of goodvirgin forest For making shoe pegs the amount of wood used in a single year is equal to the product of fully 3000 acres of good second growth hardwood land Lasts and boot trees require at least 500000 cords more Most newspaper and packing paper is made from wood Al though this industry has been developed only within the last forty years yet the amount of wood consumed for paper during that time has been enormous The total annualconsumption of wood for paper pulp is equivalent to over 800000000 board feet of timber for which it wouid be necessary were the trees all growing together to cut some 80000 acres of prime woodsChicago Chronicle All Skin and Blood Diseases Cured Mrs SI L Adams Fredonia Ala took Botanis Blood Balm which ef fectuallv cured an eating cancer of the nose and face The sores healed up perfectly Many doctors had given up her case as hopeless hundreds of cases of cancer eating sores snpper ating swellings etc have been cured by Blood Balm Among others Mrs B M Guerney Warrior Stand Ala- Her nose snd lip were raw as beef with offensive discharge from the eating sore Doctors advised cutting but it failed Blood Balm healed the sores and Mrs Guerney is as well as ever Botanic Blood Balm also cures eczema itching humors scabs and scales bone pains ulcers offensive pimples blood poison carbuncles scrofula risings and bumps on the skin and all blood troubles Druggists per large bottle Sample of Botanic Blood Balm free and prepaid bv writlngBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anti special medical advice sent in sealed letter It is certainly worth while investigating such a remarkable remedy as Blood Balm cures the most awfuj worst and most deepseated blood diseases 1m An interesting story is being told of Jim Younger according to the Kansas City Journal It is said that when the bandit was sick in the Minnesota penitentiary a daughter of one of the deputy wardens prepared delicacies for him Jim fell in love with her and when he was paroled secured her consent to marry him Her parents at first objected but finally yielded When Jim went to get his license however the official to whom he ap plied told him that in the eyes of the law he was a dead man and that he couldnt issue a license to a corpse Jim can he legally restored to life only by a pardon and past experience teaches him that this is a very difficult thing to get It looks therefore as though he and his sweet heart will have to forego the felicities of matrimony A southern Missouri paper inquires what would be done with a man who should kill Younger In the ees of the law he is dead itreasons It would be absurd to try a man for killing another man who is already deadPerhaps the murderer would be technically a ghoul and would be prosecuted for grave rob bery The fine logic of the law leads to strange conclu sions sometimes A Parsons Noble Act ill want all the world to know writes Rev 0 J Budlonjr Ashaway R I what a thoroughly good and re liable medicine I found in Electric Bit ters They cured me of Jaundice and liver troubles that had caused me great suffering for many years For a gen curd they excel nny thing I ever saw Electric Bitters are the surprise of all for their wonderful work in Liver Kidney sod Stomach troubles Dont fail to try them On byPerryLet us make that old wit look like new by new prQceIiI STOCFFER A MAHLE Tailors o SOFTCORE Like the running brook the throughtheSomewhere The springs of red bloodare found in the soft core of the bones called the marrow and some say red blood also comes from the spleen Healthy bone marrow and healthy spleen are full of fat Scotts Emulsion makes new blood by feeding the bone marrow and the spleen with the richest of all fats the pure cod liver oil andinvalidsblood is thin and pale Scotts Emulsion is a pleasant and rich blood food It not only feeds the bloodmaking organs but gives them strength to do their proper work Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChemIst 4094 ij Peart Street New York yx and 100 all druggists Newspaper as an Educator The life of the true citizen today cannot be regulated or the country governed from the school room but happily at the door leading out into actual life the American youth is met by another teacher the American press with which it is well for his intelli gence and broadness of view if he has already formed a familiar acquaintance It is the greatest instructor of this or any other age Its mission is to inform from day to day and week to week con cerning all the news and con stunt changing conditions to encourage to admonish to protect and to inspire through out all the new activities and responsibilities of actual life There can be nothing near er to the hearts of the people ornimportance than the proper training and instruction of the children and the youth of the land The press should Lelp the schools and the schools should help the news paper The teachers and the editors should have the closest affiliation and friendship as coworkers in education andcharacter formingNa tional PrinterJournal Robbery Bu rglars forced an entrance into the store of Frank ham ed the postoffice also being located in the same building at Fairview near Hopkins ville last Tuesday morning about two oclock and blew open the safe with dynamite There was about 801n money belonging to the government a large number of stamps all of which were taken The front door was almost torn from its hinges in forcing the entrance The explosion of the dynamite was heard by tie whole town but every one supposed it was some boys and paid no attention to it The thieves lef no clew His Wild Ride For Life With family around expecting him to the and a son riding for life IS DlsOvoryforW II Brown of Leesville Iud endured deaths agonies from asthma but this wonderful medicine gave in stant relief and soon cured him He writes I now sleep soundly every night Like marvelous cures of Con sumption Pneumonia Bronchitis Coughs Colds and Grip prove its matchless merit for nil Throat and Lung troubles Guaranteed bottles 503 and SI Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Weekly Crop Bulletin Tobacco has improved to quite an extent but will be a light crop Cutting and housing is progressing well under quite favorable condi t1nsXAate corn has impro ed and early fields are being cut The yield will not be quite as god as was expected but the cilop as a whole will be nearly u5 to the average Pastures andmeadows bitve improved in the beau tips visited by rain but in many places more rain is needed Apples continue to fall off ajid will give very poor re siilts There are no peaches oj any accoun- ttGardensare in fair condi tband Irish potatoes are v sry good Hemp is fully up to the- a rerage in yield and quality Plowing for winter wheat i in progress and farm work i well upi ATTENTION G A R Harpers Ferry the Gate to the Shenandoah Valley Where the three States of Virginia West Virginia and Maryland come together where the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers unite where the towering steps of Blue Ridge end abruptly frown ing upon the heights of Mary land and Bolivar Heights in West Virginia lies the quaint historic town of Harpers Ferry John Brown baptized it in blood in 1859 when he captured the town and the U S Arsenal and made his final and fatal stand in the engine house known after wards as John Browns Fort alongside the Baltimore Ohio railroad A plain shaft simply inscribed now minks the location Again in 1861 grim visaged war siezed the village and held it tight in its grasp for nearly four years The deeds that were done and the tales that are told concerning Ham pers Ferry fill volumes The heights at Harpers Ferry guarded the Shenandoah Valley It was a most important stronghold to be desired when somegreat cam paign was planned by either army From Harpers Ferry the Shenandoah Division of the Baltimore Ohio railroad ex tends Southward to Charles ton Winchester Harrison burg and Lexington Battle fields surround the village in all directions The B O SW will make verylow rates to Wash ington D C and return dur ing G A R Encampment All trains running through historic Harpers Ferry For particulars ask your nearest Ticket Agent or ad dress the undersigned O P McCarty General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio A TEXAS WONDER HALLS CHEAT DISCOVERY One small bottle of Halls Great Dis covery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame back rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder troubles in children If not sold by your drug cist will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and will cure any case above mentioned Dr E W Halt sole man ufacturer P O Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonials Sold by all drug gists and Owen McKee Merchant Richmond Ky BEAD TnIs Richmond Ky Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDenr Sir I have used one bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discov ery for kidney and bladder trouble I weighed 150 pounds when Ibegan using it today I weigh 1TG pounds and I feel better than I have in twenty years anti I cheerfully recommend it to the public Respectfully Idee ly Jour A RIDIIEE Perhaps no quality is more characteristic of the work of Booker T Washington than the sanity of his pointof view His article Problems in Ed ucation in the September Cosmoi olita 1 als not only with tlK ork of Tuskegee Institute but with the educa tional needs of the entire col ored population of the United States The raceproblem is not one which can be left to settle itself and every thinking man or woman should read this valuable contribu tion to a discussion whose importance will increase rather than decrease in the years to came Womans paper sphere is around of shopping The Ne- wOpera House One Night Only ITIy iptbcr It The LaughingEvent FRANK DAVIDSONS l The New Old TavrT Revised and- Rewritten A Little Beyoiid A selected of DAncers th quaint comedian Howard Ilapper i J000 BD mSI TJptoDate company Actors- Singers titoludiag Scjaare Yards of Magaifi cen tieenery DONT BUY A BUGGYNor a Depot Wagon nor a Surrey nor a Phaeton nor any Vehicle TILL YOU FIRST CALL AND SEE VEHICLESEVERY 1eeK eaTTa e li3os oT DOT so FTOll ON WITH THE NEW BUILDING Out With the Goods on Every Floor As the work progresses on our Main Street Store we are doub largedepartments Goods Marked DOWN At the commencement of our Great Removal Sale but which did not move fast enough to suit us have been marked down again and far below Actual Values for the situation and prevailing condition demand we must CLOSE EM OUT even at a sacrifice OurGreatBIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER OUR FALL STOCK Has already begun to come in and we are showing many new things in Dress Goods that themGraspsale will only last until September 1 Dont delay and then say you forgot to come or intend ed to come but come now Come at once Come while you can get a chance at the entire stock J J t J J I J W D OLDBAffl i CO BUSY BEE CASH STORE PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATIOENEZS RW MILLER ATTOSSBTATLAW RICHMOND KKSTOCKT Office R the Burn m Building next door to ann ra National Bank tebSly ScrIIiJVAlI JA ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posits Conrt House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER AltorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY cOfnce over Taylor Bros Store JACKSON ROBERTS ATTORNEYS AND- COUNSELLORS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In John Bennttt old law office over Perry k Thomas drug store PHYSICIANS ORB GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In the Dr Hobstm building MitnStre et K C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery JOflice Stouffer Building Main Street telephone at residence the Carr place on 13rondw y 1CIIMONDKENTUczY W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY RENTAL SUBGSSY Dr Oaettite i QnSOT DENTIST or LOUISVILLE Ky t nutdoor tu Government Building alcSmSnd Ky Office honrs9 to 121 to 4 DOT171J Harry M Blanton DENTIST aOfice la Bennett Building ij Silyi TELEPHONE 199 DR LANDMAN Hotel Glyndon Wednesday October 8 1002 1 L ceJ I MrsEOsteop4tbic Physicians state Bank Troit Bidg LiterMure furnished on application CONSULTATION FUOrfdDftU S Somtttm School ot OtMO ty NOTICEWhen you see in the papers that Thurman is not in the market for Hides then you can say that the Fool Has dot Married at last t Bring your Hides and Feathers to Thurman until you see notice Thurman Grocery Co Ijantf DEAL AT ooo Hurst BrosDepartment Store East End and you can get your wants as we keep everything in J of Dry Goods Clothing Notions Etc of all inds for men and boys Tailormade or readymade all the latest and prices lower than others Our Shoe LINE is complete and larger than ever before We also handle Hats raps Over alls Groceries Queeusware Meats Vegetables Tinware of all kinds Hardware Etc Give us a call Let us show you our large new line of GENERAL MERCHANDISE of a 11 in ds We can save 3011 money Remember we still give you Rebate Stamps Dont forget to ask for stamps when purchasing goods of us Repst PHONE 17 HURST BROS FOR Photographs Of the Highest Order Visit the ngl r Ar h1lry- Our work tiLts taken First Prize at different State Conventions apr23 6mo lB J SPENGLER HeinoIKw Subscribe for fc The Richmond Climax t Only J tOO a Year k 1 z IL f J JdLliii ft I he Richmond Climax J CHENAULT President A D MILLEnManagerRanT S CROWR Editor s WEDNESDAY SEPT 17 1002 t rUBLISHKU KVEKV VKDKESIIAY BT The Climax Printing Go Incorporated ANNOUNCEMENTS WwFOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON G Q niLBEKT as a candidate for reelection to Congress from tills the Eighth Congressional LIstrlct subject to the action of the Democratic party We are requestcd to announce ROY O WHITE as a candidate for Circuit Conrt Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce DAN II DUECK as a candidate for Clerk ot the Madi soii Circuit Court suoj ct to the action of the Democratic party hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk of the Madison Cir cult Court subject to the action of the Demo cratic party hoping that uiy many friend in the past will favorably consider any claims that may have to the nomination if nominated I promise to use all honorable means to secure my election and if elected to endeavor as I have in the past to faithfully discharge my duties as Clerk Thanking the people for past and future favors I Am Respectfully S H THORPE We are authorized to announce GEORGE D AHITE of Whites a candidate for llerk of the Madison Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party THE President traveled about 2000 miles last week and made a speech at every stop His remarks were about as follows- I want to thank you for coming here to meet me Every where I go I meet lots of American Citizens who are glad to see me I have but a moment in which to speak to you for we are already behind on the schedule 1 must ex press my pleasure of being here in your beautiful city to speak to the men and women of your great State We are all good American citizens I like to see crackerjacks in every line I am glad to be here I am sorry I cannot stay longer with you and make another speech I al ways loved It has been just years ago since fill blanks with historical or personal refer ences tosuit place and time America is a great country I am an American President It is a fine thing for American Presidents to travel through America and see the great American people I am also one of the great American people- I thank you most heartily for giving me a chance to see you I am obliged to you for your greeting THE person who wrote the following has in a short para graph written the biography of many editors We look into the cradle and behold a male child AL the age of ten he is a noisy kid with half the buttons off his pants and holes in his pockets and at fifteen he is a devil in a print shop with an eye to meanness At twentyfive he is the publish er ofa newspaper engaged in publishing the resources of the country at thirtytwo emaciated and worn out at fifty a corpse in cheap coffin and his only resources are a Washington hand press a few cases of type and a subscription book with the names of 500 delinquent subscribers CIEl rowerCOI LEXINGTON KY For 3 Days We will offer our en tire stock of merchandise 25 Per Cent Below market values ri Carpets FurnitureWall I Mantles 1Draperies Can be bought for less money than ever before in the history of this business FBfomCoWA- 4N AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY aHliy who line up and march past his coffin saying He was a publicspirited fellow but he just couldntsave anything THE case against W S Taylor and Charles Finley charged with the Goebel mur der conspiracy were called in the Franklin Circuit Court Tuesday but an order of con tinuance pending the arrest of the men was entered Strange as it may seem on that same day this 3xGoV ernor who is being hound ed and persecuted by his political enemies was put off of a street car in Indianapolis for disorderly conduct and refusing to pay his fare THREE crooks held for bank robbery were tried in the Boyle Circuit Court last week The first one brought out got gay and pleaded guilty hoping to get off easy and was given five years in the penitentiary The other two fought the case and were dis missed ou account of lack of evidence against them No 1 has since engaged a mau to kick him all the way toFrank fort IT is more important to Kentucky that she elect a majority of judges for the appelate bench than thatthere should be a Democratic ma jority in the National House with a hostile President and Senate The latter wont be able to accomplish much but a Republican majority in the court at Frankfort can do a great deal not in accord with law or justiceLexington Democrat OSTEOPATHY A Valued TestimoniaLIH Goollni States Congressman and Judge of the Circuit Court of Kentucky gives the following testimonial to the merits of OsteopathyBack a day when the memory of man runneth not to tho contrary we have been pourinppliysicintoour stom icIiH to flirts the pain in our toes Thus icciitiiuiiie l it is hInd to appreciate that a suiuucu of healing can exist except by drug medicine Illusioned thus I Buffered long before consenting to try Osteopathy To me its simplicity made it appear absurd That gallstones asth ma rhematism and nervous prostration might be cured without a knife or drug was to me unbelievable and I suffered on from all those ills The most skill ful physicians failed me Fighting for life I tried Osteopathy as a last re tort The first treatment strengthened the old prejudice I was sure no good could result But afterward I slept slept like a child It was sweeter than from narcotics Then I thought possibly there is something in it After a few treatments I ate with impunity anything desired Then I began to hope Directly strength returned pain abated organs became normal in their functions Then I believed Continuing to improve until I grew robust my belief strengthened Many others came under my notice I saw cureschronic and acute that appeared marvelous cures which if performed by the orthodox methods of medicine the journals woukLhiare abounded in applause I have seen cripples paralytics dyspeptics asth matics and rheumatics take up their beds and walk These observations added to my own experience have graduated hopes and beliefs into knowledge if knowledge can obtain as to human ovents That Osteopathy is still in its in fancy we cheerfully admit and hence can subscribe to the sentiment ex pressed by Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes that if all the drugs were cast into the sea it would be much better for men and so much worse for the fishes There are now some cases that Osteo pathy refuses to undertake But when the science is perfected it is my belief it will be potent in all diseases Certainly Osteopathy is a science oi high attainment and utility No one capable of thinking fairly can with hold applause for a system which is daily curing the most stubborn and serious affections without a knife or drug It is probable that in a few years the orthodox professsior will accept the utility of Osteopathy as cor dially as it now accepts the propriety of vaccination though physicians oncn resisted the latter as bitterly as they now oppose Osteopathy PERSONAL Sir George B Burnam of St Louip is in the city Mr K C Wines was in Lexington last Thursday Miss Sue Hume spent Friday with friends in Lexington Mrs Laura Thompson visited friends in Lexington Saturday Mr John W It Williams of Frank fort was in the city last week Mrs John D Harris continues very ill ut her home in the country Mesars GPO Simmons and John Ar nold spent Sumjny in Lexington Mrs John T McClintock and little daughter are visiting relatives in Paris Miss Myrtle Jolt has returned from a visit to Richmond Frankfort Round aboutEditor Louis Landrnm and Mr ran Long of Lancaster were here Sat urday Mrs William Hockaday left Mon day for Cincinnati to attend the Fall FestivalMr Van Dyke Norman of Louis villa was the guest of friends here ThursdayMiss Cbcuault will attend school in Washington J Coo the com In wInterMiss Chonault is in Lexington the guest of Mis Eastin and MIES Kit Chenault Misses Lydia and Annie McKee are in Cincinnati where they went to pin chasij fall goods MfS Park Hume of Irvine is the gnest of her sister Mre Claude S nIt on Sicond street DR fENNERS KIDNEY an- dBackache KidneysBladder CURE Dont become discouraged TbeIoJs a curefor you Ifnecessary iouner- lie has spent a life time curing Just such cases as yours Allconsultations A gravel lodged In my bladder After using a few bottles of Fenners Kidney and Backache Cure I passed a gravel half as preventedfurtherWTOAKES Orrlr Va Druggists tl Ask for Cook Book Tree ST VITUSDANCEIure Cure FredontaNY Circular Dr Miss Katherine Blanton is one 01 a party of Parisians who are visiting tt Blue Lick Springs Mrs C B Brittain and Miss Olivia Baldwin are in Cincinnati attending the Fall Festival Col Sam H Stone of Lonisvillr was the guest of Major and Mrs John D Harris Sunday Misses Maggie aud Polly Fraylor of Stanford are guests of Miss Annie Kennedy on Fifth street Miss Doyle Letcher wilL teach at Caldwell CoIlegeDanviflo this year left for that city Saturday Mr aud Mrs W D Miles and Mr Otie Finney Shelbyville are visiting Mr and Mrs Everett Witt Mr John S Marts the acrommolat ing clerk at the Glyndon has been in Lancaster visiting his mother Mr and Mrs Henry Hursch of De catar Ills are guests of Mr and Mrs Paul Noble near Union City Mrs D M Sharp of Shelbyville is the guest of her daughter Mrs B L Middelton on Lancaster avenue Mrs John Clelland and Miss Lizzie Pendleton of Winchester spent afew days last week with Mrs John Turley Miss Julia Elliott Das goiie to at tend Madison Institute at Richmond Owingsville News toLexingtoff Herald JMrs George Walden of Danville has been visiting her brother Mr Jas Smith on the Campus for several day Miss Lizzie J Wherritt has returned to New Orleans after a visit of two months to her sister Mrs Martha Ha leyMr B L Gentry Jr and bride of Nashville Tennessee wilt arrive tomorrow night to visit relatives for two weeks Miss Bessie Turley left Monday fur Cincinnati to visit Miss Layton for several weeks and enjoy the Fall Fes tival Rev E G B Mann and wife of Nicholasville were in the city yester day en route to Irvine to visit rela tives Rev Arthur Finleyaud wife of West Point Mississippi were pleasant guests of Mrs Louis Schlegel several days last week Miss Mary Little has returned from a six weeks visit to her brother Mr Robert E Little at Hendersoaville N C Miss Katie Turpin who has been visiting relatives at Cumberland Gap Tenn returned home Saturday very much improved in health Misses Mabel Potts Corinne Curtis and Lydia Duerson of Richmond are the guests of Dr mid Mrs John Hag gard Lexington Democrat Prof C Rucker Adams and wife after a weeks visit with relatives here have gone to Lebanon where they will instruct a class in Physical Culture Miss Lillie Ritter of London and Miss Emma McDonald of Winchester are the pleasant guests of Misses Fan nie and Lucy Moore near Whites Sta tionMiss Bessie Elkin of Louisville who has been the delightful guest of Miss Bessie Turley at her home on the Big Hill pike will return to her home this weekMrs Hannah Wilson of Washington City and Mrs Mary Boyd Wilson of Lexington have returned home after a visit to Mrs Martha Haley in this city Mrs T D Chenault and Misses Car lisle and Eleanor Chenault of Rich mond have beengvisiting in the city Miss Eleanor Chenault will go to Wash ington D C to enter school Lex ington Leader Sept 14 Mrs John M Price and daughter Miss Lila of Atchison Kansas who have been spending the summer in Kentucky are now in Mt Sterling for a short stay They will also visit in Winchester before returning to Rich mondMrs Joseph Chenault entertained most delightfully at dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss Lila Price the charming guest of Miss Bessie Turley Those present were Misses Lila Price Mayme Hart Bessie Turley and Florrie Rayburn Messrs Jeptha Chenault George Hume Herman Frasa and Henry White Miss Emily Clionatilt entertained at dinner last Tuesday at her handsome home on the Irvine pike Covers were laid for the following Misses Lila Price Bessie Elkin and Bessie Turley Messrs Allen Zaring George Hume and Jeptha Chenanlt Mr and Mrs Kit Chenault added much to the oc casion by their congenial presence Rev Jhailes A Logan son of Mr and irs Geo W Logan of this place a minister of the Southern Presbyter ian church wilt shortly sail with his family for Japan where he will engage in missionary workShelby Sentinel Mr Logan is quite weil known in Richmond having been a student at Central University for a number of years graduating with high honor His many friends lucre will wish him God speed in his undertaking and trust that many blessings may befall him in his foreign home A Burgin special to the CourierJour nal says The announcement of tho coming wedding of J W Holtzclaw of this place and Miss Kate Kunkle of Richmond on the 17th has occasioned some surprise among their friends at this place Mr lloltzclaw has for sev eralyears been ticket agent at Burgin while his brideto be is the daughter of Judge John A Kunkle who was for tweve years Police Judge of Burgin The brideelect is a beautiful and ac complished young woman and is popular in social circles They will make their homo at Burgin The Athens Ga Banner lastSuu day says Mrs William J Boswell announces the marriage of her daugh ter Ethel Mae to Mr A B Reeves the marriage to occur the latter part of October Miss Boewell a one of Athens fairest daughters graduate of Ltej Cobb Institute and a yofitig lady of leI1her universally popular Mr Reeves has been pastor of the Christianchurch hero for the past two years and as a minister of the gospel is universally be loved jh t only by his congregation btLbfahl who know him Mr Ryes is a son of Dr J P Reeves of this city and is well known to many of the readers of the CLIMAX He was educated at Central University ana at tho Bible College of Kentucky University Lexington graduating lucre in 1603 Before he was called to Georgia lie jsejyed as pastor of the Second Chris tian church of this city Mr Reeves lias lots of friends here who extend congratulations and wish him and hula bride all success and happiness CoKBiunicatioH Mr EditorAllow me to speak a few CoughRemellvwith the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights I tried several doctors and various patent medicines but could get nothing tp give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medicine which has completely re lieved me W S Brockman Bagnell Mo This remedy is for sale by Stock ton Hagan 1m Y MeA Notes Mr Henry E Rosevear State Secre tary of the Young Mens Christian Association was the guest of the local Association Friday The moils meeting Sunday after noon was Well attended Mr C C Wallace was tho leader the subject being Missions Mr TE Arnold conducted the mens meeting at Valley View Sunday after noon The Annual Secretaries Conference will convene at Forest Hill today About thirtytwo secretaries representing all the Associations of the State will be in attendance Mr Walter M Woods of Chicago will be one of tl1fpecial speakers Secretary Boucher will leave toJay io attend the Annual Institute of the county secretaries which is in session at Forest Hill this week Mr Boucher visited Kirksville Sun day afternoon in interest of the county work Have S L MidkiiT to vour old vehicles and make them goodas new tf Seed wheat for sale sep74t ELLISTON MILL Co Sunday trains on the L A will continue to run during the month of September and possibly longer SL Midkifl tan supply you with any kind of a vehicle you desire and the prices are always right Give him a call tf My stock of Jewelry cut glass etc was never more complete than now and my prices will please every bodyapr30 tf L E LANE If your watches clocks or in fact aaything in this line needs repairing take them to L E Lane His work is the bestapr30tf Meat dishes 10 cents each one half gallon buckets 5 cents each coffee 10 cents per pound TEN CENT STORE Next door to Government Bldg aprSOlyr Have just received one 01 the finest lines of diamonds watches clocks lamps candelabras and cut glass that has ever been shown in Richmond Call and examine my stock before mak ing a purchase in this line apr30 tf L E LANK For Rent Four rooms to rent cheap Well lo cated Apply to Thurman Grocery Co tf Dr Hobson dentist next dooi to Government building tRlcbmond Ky For Sale I ofler for sale my residence on High street Lot is 90 x220 ft with new sta ble and all necessary out buildings House contains eight rooms and kitch en all in eood repair and will be sold at a bargain tf Mrs Elizabeth Crow The L A Sunday trains are becoming very popular try them Low round trip rates to all stations tf Real Estate Agents We will transfer buy or sell real estate of every kind city property a speciality We also collect rents and attend to the paying of taxes insurance etc for a reasonable commission Call and see in at the State Bank Trust CompanyC CHENAULL and L P EVANS apr16tf Real Estate TO CUBE A COLD lIT ONE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature a on each box 25 centsrs The honest coaldealerhas the righ of weigh Josh Westhafer of Loogootee Ind i9 a poor man but he says he would not be without Chamberlains Pain Balm if itcost five dollars a bottle for crippleNoliniment for stiff and swollen joints contracted muscles stiff neck sprains painsItbyStocktonWool Carding The Elliston Mill Company will card wool into rolls or batting any time during the summer at 10 cents per pound anp208t You can go to Louisville Sunday via the L I A for 150 round trip Stops tho Coujrfc and Works 02 the CordILaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cure no pay Price 25 cents The baldbeaded old maid says that a switch in time saves nine See our handsome line of samples arid piece goods before yon buy your faiilnit or overcoat Prices right STOUEFER MAHLER Tailors If ffgures neverlie how can there be such a thing as a lay figure The best physic ChamberlainsStomach and Liver Tablets Easy to byStocktonThe fellow who sinokeastrong tobacco had better draw it mild A Certain Cure fir Dysentery and Diarrhoea Some years ago I was one of a party bicycletrip wasIwasaboutto give up the trip when editor Ward of the Lacoyville Messen ger suggested that I take a dose of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy I purchased STwttle and took two doses one before start log and one on the route I made the trip successfully and nevor felt any ill effect Again last Bummer I was nlmcwt completely run down with an attack nf dysentery I bdnjtht a bottle of this same remedy and ibis time one dosi- curMlna Sold by Stockton A lla IM 1w t Ve hajust r4vod Cuoad of seed rxjvliichwii are oflering atjlho lowest jfrfce E DTI1ECWE CoL yIing house and lot of the late Dr A W Smith deceased kn wn as Vestover Terrace sitnated ontvest Main street in Richmond Ky This is one of tho arJ1nwdhandsomest residence places in Kentucky being compurntlvuly new u1 iir mysi uAcor leaLropair JiAVJug al modern improv mentsand all uecessiiry outbnildings fhfr are four acres of land Terms HberaFS EBKIIA M SMITH lI gC Executrix Master GomYs Notice to Cred itors and Administrator MADISON CIRCUIT COURT W IT Hurleys lire r PltH against W H Hurleys Hrs Crdt DIts All persons having claims agAinst theesae oAVvH ilurler deud are hereby Notified to She tbe sam legal y ve Ifled with the under signed en or before the ItdAY f November or same till b barrel The administrator VJ Gooch Is die notified tOSOttIeJUS accounts the undersigned otfbf cr 11902 SESCOrlMOMCCl7sep4t Dmmi iDn r a1o L Tenor Harrkonc Puffs against Salll lIarrison C DUs NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By VIrtue of Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the undersigned will on Mo daYtOct6t 02 Between the hours of oclock a m and 12 oclock m at the Court Ilimse door in Richmond Madison county 1Y being October County Court Day proceed to loTubltc Sale to the bidder the followingde scribedproperty viz A Tract of Land Ljlbg In Madison county Ky in Blue Lick voting precinct and on Cow Bell Branch ad tim lanas of Ned MJIone and lIawklns- rodd and being the same land where L M Harrison lived at the time of his death and containing about 71 acres PERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser wll be required to give good bond with approved security for the payment ofthe purchase money to have beAringlepllntercstserved upon said property until all tile pur hase money la paid S E SCOTT i7sep3t M C M C 11Q1 I1 Floyd Eidd Admr Jas M Hart Plff against Jas Harts Hrs and Crds DIts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Conrt rendered at the September Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday Oct6t 02 Between the hours of It oclock am and 12 oclock m at the Conrt House Door in Rich mood Madison county Ky being October County Court Day proceed to expose 10 Public Sale to the highest bidder tne following described property viz A Certain Tract of Land On waters of Silver Creek in Madison county Ky known as the Jarman tract sand bounded by Wm Adams homesteadIleas Evans Silver Creek June Armstrong the Kincaid tract etc containing 53 acres more or less 2nd Also another tract of land In Madi son county on the waters of Silver Creek call ed the Kincaid tract and bounded by M AdAms the Walker heirs tratct Big Branch the Vi acres sold by Vfso Adams to John Kin caid June Armstrong the Jurman tract etc containg 35 acres more or leia These two tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole and the bid producing the most most money will be accepted TERMSSale will be made on a credit of 6 12 18 months equally The purchaser will be securitylortbebearingleJtallnterestserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S E SCOTT17sp 3t M C M C C ommi iQn IS a1c Andrew Bogie c Phil against Elzie Warren c Dfts NOTICE OF SALE IN EQUITY By virtue of aJudgthentanlOrder of sale of the Madison Circuit Court ren dered at this September term thereof 1902 in the above style cause the un dersigned will on Saturday Oct 4t J 902 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 oclock m on tho premises in Madison ctfunty Kentucky proceed to highestbidder A Tract of Land On the waters of PaintXick Creek in Madison county Kentucky containing 64 44100 acres ana adjoining the lands ol Morris Long Owen East B Williamp the Kelly Branch J W Tudor and Voous6n Taylor Moss Snyder c known as the Sallie Bogie dower tract on Poosey Ridge and on which land a good dwelling house ind other improvements TERMS Sale will be made oh a pltrc1mserwith approved security fo the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon Raid property until all the purchase motley is pal- S E SCOTT 17sp 3t M CM CC Cheap Settlers Rates to the Far West and Northwest The Burlington Route will renew the everydayduringSeptember to Montana Idaho WasLincton Ore son and California such as 30 Irom St Louis 33 from Chicago and 25 from Missouri River Points to California Portland and Puget Sound territory with correspondingly low rates to Spokane District and thb IlutteHclena District The Burlington Route and its connections best reach the entire West and Northwest country It is the main travelled road through the West The maps show Cheap Round Trip Tourist Rates to ColoradoUtah During some parts of August and September the BurliiiRtoti will make such remarkablylow firstlass round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Poehlo as 21 from St Louis SIS lrom Mfssionri River 8nll25 from Chicago good all summit at other periods only One fare 2 Ask nearest ticket agent for deUJIs Homeseekers Excursions AugustSeptelntierand dayalimitConsult your rcarost tlclct agent or write us of t let us advise outhtdeastcoijtsend you our publications and ptlienyiso assist you WM SHAW L P W43G Vine Street Cincinnati Ohio C M LEVEY General Mjmajer HjWAKELESt LOhI Itk t 1rr Ic dissolution Notice The firm of Dozier Shearer by inutua consent dissolveapartner8bp on5nly id Mr Stiearer remaining In tho livery business and Sir Dozier tak ing possession of the grocery All par ties indebted ttTthe firm wilt save cost by calling and settling their accounts at once sept 10 4t DOZIEU SIIEABER Master Comrs Notice to Creditors MADISON CiRCUIT COURT Floyd Kidd Admr Jas 31 Hart decdx FIB against Jas M Harts Hrs and Crds DIt All persons haying claims agal st the estee of Jas M Hart decd are hereby notified to file the same legally verified with the under signed on or before the first day of November 1902 or same will be barred S E SCOTT M C M C O ITsepU Public Sale As Administrator of the late Joel W Gibbs I will offer for sale at his late residence about one mile north of Kingston at 10 oclock a m on Thursday Sept 18 the following property Four work mules 2 2yearold mules cowsand calves short horn bull 2 2yearold cattle 8 yearling steers J 11 stacks of hay 100 bushels of grass seed alol of threshed rye 1 buggy j culti vator Randall harrow 1 self binder mower plows and many other farming implements TERMSAll under 20 cash all over20 to be paid by good note due January 1 1903 W L Crutcher Admr- T D Chenault Auct 2t PUBLIC SJLE As Administrator of A K Lackey deceased I will ofler at Public Sale on the premises 4 miles from Paint Lick and5 miles from Borea on Walnut Meadow Pike in Madison county Ky on Wednesday Oct Jstt about the hour of 980 oclock the following property Sheep 4 lambs 44 ewesl Southdown Buck Mules 1 manv mule 1 2year old horse mule Horses 1 Rockaway and draft horse harnessmare horse colt Cattle 5 2year old feeding cattle 2 yearling heifers 7 milch cows Shorthorn 5 heifer calves 1 bull calf 1 yearling bull Hogs 11 hogs average weight 200 Ibs 32 shoats average weight about 100 Ibs 5 stands of BEES Farming Implements 1 2horse wagon 1 buck board I surrey 2 corn planters 1 wheat drill 1 mower disc I harrow 1 hog scalding box 1 cultivator 1 cider mill 2 cut ting boxes 2 turning plows 1 corn sheller and various other Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture 1 grandfathers clock 1 Daven port mahogany antique eight feet long 1 8cornered cup board walnut 1 desk antique 1 marble top walnut center table and various articles of old style furniture Corn to be judged in the Field TERMSAll sums of 20 cash all sums over 2on a credit until Janu ary 1 1003 with good note and approve ed without interest No properly removed until terms of sale are complied with TKL Lackey Admr r D CHENAULT Auct 3t PUBLICSALE Having rented my farm I will oif Saturday Sept 20 902 Beginning at 10 oclock n m on the premises six miles south of Richmond near Duncan R R Station sell allmy Personal Property consisting of the following 100 acres of corn in field to be cut soon as sufficiently cured in order to seed the land the fodder workI1 saddle mare and colt 2 yearling 7IIand Shorthorn 1 Shorthorn Lull 18 ewes 7 brood sows 44 large and 87 small shouts 1 new Disc drill 1 Kentucky drill 2 Randall harrows 2 turning plows 2 cultivators 1 corn cutter 1 corn plniitert 5 pairs of gears 2 double and singletrees 1 pair of stretchers 1 cart and harness 1 binder 1 wheat fan 1 mowing machine 1 farm wagon household furniture bureaus bedsteads chairs tables etc kitchen cook stove and utensils kitchen tables cupboard chairs oUr 2 churns step1adder 2 building ladders carpenter tools saws chisels hammers etc2 large iron kettles for cooking lard 1 brass pre serving kettle- FJEmrBAlI sums under lO cash in hand over that amount a cred- It of six mouths without interest with approved security No property removed until the terms of sale are compliedwith No bybtddiiig and ovorvthiug goes over 8000 worth of select articles ut your own price Everyone can be suited farmer carpenters hoiisekeep ers stock dealers stuv mills sad dle horeo and trotting horao deal ersnll professions represented Dont torgel the great and court eons Rnctioiieer Thoa Cheimnlt e 1Rapect1uhlV MRS J G MILLiR c t o Z Z 0 BEGINNING 0 July 1st r I WILL SELL FORoc7 Ten Dasj At the Hours From 8 to 3 oclock at j iJ 1 t Absolutely Cosl U The Following Goods tW Lawns Dimities Organdies f 1Piquesin white cream and black rBabiesRibbed Vests and Union Suits H sacking for Skirts Den ims Oxfords etc for Skirts and Suitings Cotton Nansook and Swiss Edges and Inserting Summer Corsets White Duck Skirts etc Call and see our Line and Purchase some of the Bargains jK OWEN McKEE s GREAT CLEARING SALE OF CLOTHING 74 h is a to at c fi 0 44 S foC We are Clothing Regardless of 11111111 Manufacturers Here chance get good Clothing Cheap Pricest to Badly Cost f 1 2or4rii ND k 1sk Oais Mens Allwool Suits at 4 ii Mens Allwool Best Flannels at lw Mens Allwool Cassimere Suits at TOO This about thecost of the trimmings 500 Mens Linen Suts coat pants and vest 811 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS= = READ THIS Boys SwYts Boys Suift Good allwool three piece suits 1 49 Suits 49c up 3 to 8 years 700 togethcJIlOlU8 GUS STRAUS LEADING CLOTHIERS LEXINGTON K tzf3 f- 4t dfe 0 Overstocked New floods niudiiiSpring Goods the handsomest line of GoodstEmbroiderlest disMellick Floss Stamped Linen and Coronation Braid Attention is called reul madeJSkirt Department In this line we can please the most fastidious tastes and have a large assortment to select lood8andstock of a New Matting v has just been receIved nod is Vow placed on sale We buy in lLe best markets of the world youknowYouliavotheJategtupto1 Lowest Prices 5 Is that wljat yojani Asotrade witll Lee Smitha tj tI1 a OOtS a 5 is ft i il otj n n 5o I- ti C tt 3 gr fit tJloU1 JU1 ZO rt tU1 0 UI p- n J IS v rand Opening Of Fc11 S ddngs irgest line of Fall Suitings and Overcating ever ancd in Central Kentucky from we make order and guarantee a fit either Suit Trousers or Overcoat ive us a call before you buy out of the city We grantee a fit and satisfaction and prices below reingn Stouffer MahierT- AILORSp SWe liaAe added a cleaninlfand pressing depart ent ami can serve you on 1s2 lie Richmond Climax pNTSPAY SEP 17 1902 Your city taxes are now e Please call and settle L P Evans tf City Collector Seed wheAt for sale f74 KUISTOX MILL Co Rooms for rent apply Mrs Sallie Ward sep 10tf I rin rouud trip to Louisville Sun yvaL arlrtfeVeriS raging in the Paint i k ueitfliborhood Tobacco crops in the Bluecrass haven hadly damaged by frost Milton Bnruett of Ford feU Irollla mway atud broke his back Wednes to Cincinnati and return next nJay via Itt N Train leaves de- l tat aiu- i stoutrer Mahler are turning out 4r mils overcoats and trousers to a sure han nil the others CaliOil us tor your timothy seed iav jiist received a car load E DHATHRRXOE Co r ftlies of the Pattie A Clay fiiuia y will give a dinner in the ruft House store room county court fin iMober eeplO4t IMiiic Humor has it that several of iIiis Waux are toon to become riluts Keep a watch and see if re is truth or error in the report Diinjr in your o a suit and trousers Lave them cleaned und pressed bye Bivv lIle81 mrKrEK MAHLEK Tailors 1tiie Association which s iiive been held at the Cane nt s luiol house Sept 20 has been ipnril nn account of scarlet fever nIP ular monthly meeting of Iiies Mtosiomtry Society will iriit the residence of Rev Dr uije this afternoon at four oclock Inly racw aggregating 100000 IIItlIte1 during the meeting of Keiiinky Trotting Horse Breeders iati u at Lexington Oct 7th to- T It Indies 01 Waco Baptist church lUUc a Court liLy dinner October erf lay fur the benefit of their church ai wa destroyed by rea few ilsao tf Ti Lexington Cattle Sale Co mi nring with their next sale on irher UlStli will charge 10 per ai dofl5 as here tolore for j ii iii J F Cook FI 17it Manager IfniiliDU Culleso at Lexington has V Miifered a 2000 loss caused tiLiving in of one wing of the ii1rtunately no one was t I ne building will be repaired 01 111 Lackey administrator fer the sate of stock farming IlIs etc which will take placer 1lIt Lick on Wednesday Octo Ill See ad in another col in sin days ago the hands employed boats and in building the iii urar Ford struck with the ex- tt I apt Spurlock und the en r The men are btill out and the it ui nllt running Si day round trip rates on L A to Versailles Nicholasville Irvine il Millers Creek 1 fife to all other stations if l National Association of Mexi jr Veterans will hold their an allill nt Paris Ky Sept 25 nrviyrs of tin Mexican War ftrwiijnngaud children are invited bT Fcnf Address Col JC Crad ck Paris Ky or First Vice Press MChesney Lexington Ky 1 iifry Hurst being insulted Sun- Crows fetreot by Garfield Nod JoreJ drew his pistol and lirfd tf larkey who saved himself b- v11ina house Hurst was soon r 1uijail by Constable Frank Ken JT but was released on bond to fct Ins trial DeputvJJcrfc M Early of llama was appointed J worn in as Depuly County Clerk t Saturday to fill the vacancy caused t2 death of Mr A T Fish New Building ror FJacaS r noil was broken Salurday fore ir w Mens Industrial building fo- rfJ College The building is to be brick three stories high and will ver an area of 250 feet by 180 feet A Good Position r Frank M Walker formerly of s city but who has been located at lot Lick for the past year has red to Lilly Ky having secured the sition of contract pi ycian for the nes at that paie Fer 6alc esiring to dispose of my property II move West I offer for sale the epherd Hotel Irvine Ky on Main eet Good accommodations with d garden and water supply and suf ient outbuildings Good trade and ireaslng Call on or address S L Tenon Proprietor septl7tf SIrvine Ky Keep your money at home when u want a suit made to order Fit aranteed btouiriz MILEI1 Tailors Car load of seed rye just in Got it in any quantity at the lowest figure E DEATHKKAGE Co another column will be found the advertisement of Mrs J 0 Millers sale of personal property which will take place near Duncannon on Satur day Sept 20 1002 Great Bargains Fountain and Famous 50 and 75 cent shirts at 29 cents International 1 50 shirts at 75 cents for the next ten days at the Louisville Store Meeting Called The executive committee of tho Mad ison County Sunday School Associa tion Is called to meet at the Y MC SaturdaySepteniber More Nancy for Joros Unitel States marshals throughout the country were notified a few days ago that jurors in the Federal Courts are to receive eight dollars a day for suchservice instead of two dollars This order was in accordance with an act passed at the recent session of Con gress and it applies to grand and petit juries A Good Order As a result of the ordinance passed by the City Council last week work men are now busy laying new side walks on First and Irvine streets The pavements have been out of repair for some time so that they had become dangerous It is to be hoped that the Council will take a look at some of the pavements in other parts of town New Coal Yard Mr Charles F Higgins opened up his new coal and feed oflce at the old Harbercoal yard on Orchardstreet Monday morning Mr Higgins was until receiitlya member of the firm of Higgins Luxon having retired from the business August 1st He is an excellent business man and during the four years in the coal business here lie has made lots of friends who wish him well in his new venture Novel Down Town Gott Bros who have carried on a large poultry business near theL N depot for several years have moved down town and are now occupying the Garnelt House store room on Second street Their business is growing steadily and they are shipping eggs poultry and other produce by the car load every week Their business ex tends over several counties thous ands of dollars being distributed by them each year Ihe Biz Fipe Line The Cumberland Pipe Line Company one of the allied pipe lines of the Stand ard Oil Company is making prepara tions to lay a pipe line from Parkers burg W Va into Eastern Kentucky which will cost from 900000 to 1000 000The pipe will cross the Big Sandy into Kentucky and pass near White house and Paiutsville tp Manchester London and Somerset with a branch line from Manchester into Knox coun ty and yie Irom near Paintsville into Bath county rubUc peakn1g lion George G Gilbert Democratic nominee for Congress in the Eighth District has made the following speaking appointments PaintLick Friday Sept 26 Richmond Monday Oct 6 College Hill Friday Oct 10 lierea Saturday Oct 11 Kirksville Saturday Oct 11 The appointment at Kirksville is for 7 oclock p m the rest are for 130 p m The Republican nominee is inyited to be present and will be offered an equal division of time at each place Two Trotting ClassIcs There are no two trotting events that create eo much tspeculation arouse so much enthusiasm bring together nany great horees or that owners de sire so much to win as Kentuckys Futurity and the Transylvania the for mer for IGOOO und the latter for 6000 winning either a horse at once at- tainsa prominence that nothing else can give These famed events are both offered by the K T IL B Association of Lexington and will be contested during its fall meeting Oct 7th to 17th when 100000 will be dispensed in forty races Beyond the city Uo know that our windy neighbor hash spread some during the several years past but didnt know it was as had as this The Winchester Sun says About six years ago Squire Ed Kis singer bought n boom lot at a tax sale He wna not clear as to the exact hoes tion ol the property but under the impression that it was somewhere in the city kept on paying use taxes The other day he made a small investigation and finding his lot behind the toll honse on the lioonesboro pike some threequarters of a mile beyond till city limits sought to recover He was allowed 010 the amount of city taxes paid Look Look A penny saved is a penny made For one week only we will sell 17 in loot tubs 29o 18 in foot tubs 48c 20 in foot tubs 57c 21 in foot tubs 72c lOqt slop pails 29c 12 qt slop pails 33c Japanned coal hods 23 and 27c Boys steel express wagons all sizes GOo and 1 70 The Racket Store- Great Bargains Fountainand Famous 50 ansI 75 cent shirts at 20 cents International 150 daysatReduced Rates viaLt returnSept27th One and onethird fares to Cin cinnati and return Sept 15 to 27 good festlvalOne returnlnJ29thChairman Elected Mr Cnsslus M Ilawlins of Berea has been elected chairman of the Madison County Republican Committee to resignedIt campaignInrawson Snnirall the Republican EighthDistrict Lost Horse Stolen from James Mondays farm at Hunt Ky on night of Sept 1 192 a dark brown mare 3ycars old about 15 hands high small knot on left under Jaw eyes a little weak hind ankle skinned on inside Will pay 25 re ward for her return to Jas Munday WIIMAMJWATTS sepl02t Hunt Clark Co Ky Goes to Fmyvlllr Rev P C Eversole who has been pastor of tlC Southern Methodist church at College Hill for the past four years has been assigned to Perryville for next year lie will leave this week for his new charge During his pastorate in this countyMr Eversole regrettftRev S M Carrier lias been appointed pastor at College Hill to succeed Rev Mr Eversole Primary in November The Democratic County Committee at a meeting held last week decided to hold the primary the last week in November for the purpose of nomina ting a candidate for the office of Circuit Clerk Several of the candidates desired to hold the l ri mary in Octoberbut the committee objected on account of the effect it would have on the regular November election It is highly probable thai a candidate for the Legisla ture will be nominated at the same time The election comes next fall a year off but a great deal of trouble and expense will be saved by nominating the candidate at this primary Caseys Troubles A bright farce comedy Caseys Troubles will be seen here Friday night The company is said to be of undoubted merit the piece beyond the average and an enjoyablo entertainment is promised The company is headed by Barry Gray who plays the role of Ca sey and the list of specialties include the Kennedy children Doody and Wright the Australian comedy due and the funny wooden heads Unlike other farce comedies no spec ialties are introduced during the progress of the comedy They are left to close the bill after the various escapnd ed of Casey have come to an end tossing Firm All Quarters Col I Shelby Irvines sale of jack stock which is advertised to take place at the Madison County Stock Yards on Tuesday Oct 14 is attracting great interest III all stock raising sections of the country The Business Manager of the CLIMAX who has charge of the ad vertising has place advertisements in the leading live stock journals of the North and West Col Irvine is now receiving scores of letters requesting catalogs and information concerning his stock A large number of stock- men of the West have already signi lien their intention of attending the largICharge Against a Negro ILewis Brown colored of this city was by Chief Allraan Sunday on a charge of murder and is now in the county tail awaiting his trial which will take place tomorrow morning Brown it is charged became enraged at his wife for some cause last Tuesday night and gave her a terrible beating The woman was already in a serious condition and tho result was that she died Saturday night The Coroners jury returned the verdict that her death was causedby the beating her hasband had given A warrant was sworn out for Brown at once and he was arrested the next morning Brown came here a few months ago to work on the railroad Power cf Printers Ink There was a clothing dealer who did not believe in newspaper advertising but he does now The advertising solicitor toM him that two lines in the most obscure place in his paper would be read by nearly everybody in that city Prove It said the merchant Say anything about me you want to in two lines The solicitor put in two lines saying the merchant wanted to buy 100 cats and 200 dogs The ad was sandwiched butween some medicine liners on use inside page That night seventeen boys and three girls brought in dogs and the next morning and un tit late at night his store was crowded with persons with dogs and cats to sell One time there was such a jam in hIs store that he had to close the frontdoor and let those in the store go out by the rear door Early next morning the merchant rushed to the newspaper office and closed a contract for a years advertising Already he has had such an increase In business that a new room will be added to his storeEx Reported Favorably Inspector G II Rising of Louisville was in thin city last week to view an other Rural Delivery route He and Postmaster Wallace went over the proposed route Wednesday morning It was found satisfactory and the Inspec tor has reported favorably on it The new rout starts from this city going out the B aTries mill piko and the new Kirksville road to Round Hill thence two and a halt miles down the Eden ton pike to the Schooler road thpnce In to the Barnes mill pike hack to Richmond The route extends twenty two miles and will serve eight Iran dred people prone hundred and forty four heads of houses An examination for carriers was held at the Custom House on Wednesday night It is thought tbat the new service will be inaugurated in a fow months- It will be remembered that appli cation was made fora Free Delivery route out the Lexington pike butllio Inspector reported unfavorably on it because otan uubridged stream There arcnow over a hundred routes established Kentucky but as yet Madi son county has none SL MidkitI makes a specialty ol putting oh rubber tires Giro him a ttialortkir tf noose Sold Mr J Wade Walker of Garrard county sold bis house on High street at public auction Saturday afternoon Mr W A Langford was the purchaser the price being 2085 Frost All September weather records were broken by the cold weather of Satur day and Sunday Although a heavy frost fell Saturday night which injured the late vegetables tosome extent yet no great damage was done New Church Completed The new Baptist church at Waco which is being built to take the place of tho one burned last spring is about completed and will be dedicated next pastorville will pieach the dedicatory sermon Is Now Presiding Elaer Rev E G B Mann who has been pastor of the M E church at Niche lasville has been appointed by Confer ence to the rank of Presiding Elder 01 the Maysville District and wilt he located at Maysvjlle Mr Mann married the beautiful Miss Ida Friend of Irvine and both he and his wife have greatly endeared themselves to tin people of Nicholasville who no doubt deeply regret having to give them up EeaTTi1amAgeS Tbejury in the CURB of Mrs Nannie Martin against the City of Richmond returned a verdict Saturday awarding the plaintiff 1300 damages Mrs Martin through her Attorney Mr W B Smith filed suit in the Circuit Court some time njo for 5COO for damages sustained by stepping in a hole in the pavf ment on Collins stieet The City Attorney states that the case will be appealed Silent Yells Fifteen deaf mutes passed through the city last Wednesday afternoon on their way to the Kentucky Institute for the Deaf at Danville While the train was standing at the station they went through some vigorous fistic ex ercises in which they looked like they were about to wage war on the train crew and bystanders We were after wards informed that they were giving their college yell Marriage License Since our last issue marriage license have been issued te the following- H J Sims age 54 and M C Aug lin age45 John T Tatutn and Katie Henderson of Berea Luther E Stocker and Ellen Newby of Newby George M Hisle and Vickie Kerby the groom of Clark county the bride of and IdaC Griggs of Valley View Notice Whereas there are vacancies in the Madison county Democratic Committee in the precincts of University West End Brassfield and Clay it is oru Ten that the Democratic voters of tIC several precinctsssemble at their respective voting places at 2 oclock p m Thursday September 25 1902 for the purpose of electing committeemen to serve in the respective precincts- M F ARDOCKLE Chairman Pro Tern JAMES NEALE Secretary Pro Tern sep 172t Visiting Schools Supt J William Wagers started on his round of visiting the county schools last week Several of the schools have been closed on account of scarlet fever but in all the other districts the atten dance is good There are more than a hundred schools in the county and it takes amonth or more of hard work for Superintendent to Jet around Mr Wagers says that the county has some of the best teachers in the State and all seem to be trying to do the best workof which they are capable Will Announce Soon Hon B A Crntcher will shortly announce lila candidacy for reelection to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 25th Judicial district A thorough and consistent Democrat a lawyer of ability and distinction a gentleman in the fullest sense of the term his fitness and his personalmerit are recognized by all wIse know him He has made one of the most efficient Commonwealths Attorneys in the State and is dot likely to have any opposition for time nomination Jessamine Jourjal Circuit Court Items Last week was devoted to the civil docket of circuit court and the following is a list of the cases tried Equitable Manufacturing Co vs Wells Bros judgment 85 J K Worrell vs Cabell Cheoauit judgment for either note or 3000 in favor of Worrels C E Poyntz vs J R Gates judg ment 9850 Jno W Murry vs Blue Grass Insur ance Cojjudgment 900 Bennett Morgan vs L A R R- judgnlent250 This week will be devoted to the criminal docket which will end this term The cases of most importance for trial are those of Laffoon the Valley View wife murderer and the Hensley Bros who are under indictment charged with robbing John Hunter both of which will be called today It Is generally believed that Laflbon will be sent to the asylum as he has all appearances of being crazy The grand jury adjourned last Wed nesday after returning fiftytwo Indictments Old Records County Clerk Jesse Cobb received a letter from a lady in Kansas City yes terday asking for a copy of tho marriage certificates and for the birth and death records of some of her ancestors who lived in this county at the begin nirig of tho last century Mr Cobb was able to find tho marriage records without any trouble but there was no record whatever of the birth or death of any of the parties In speaking of it to the CLIMAX Mr Cobb said that time physicians of a hundred years ago seemed to have been very careless about returning such reports to the county officers The law states that each practicing physician shall be reqnired to give a complete list each year of all the births and deaths in his prac tice If this law had een adherred to he would now be able to furnish the Kansas City lady with all the informa tion she desires although the persons ohe asks about have been death nearly a hundred years He went on to say that the physicians of the present day do hut little better than their predecessors did many years ago for out of the large iintnVcr practicing ia the county only two Jst year recorded the births afl i44lM required by law Tho recQjjjBT fra Ret eotnptete untIl these TtNew Ojera Haase D C Wiggins anti Bro have put a telephone in their lobby and you ran telephone anti have them to reserve yon a seat Friday night for Caseys Troubles also Saturday night Old Fur ther Hopkins the great scenic produc tion Prices Friday night 25 So and SO cents Saturday night 10 20 and 80 cents For Sale Pihralely I offer for sale privately two of the renal desirable farms in Madison county They are located five miles east of Richmond on the Irvine pike Farnl No is kuo Vn as the WmTerill farui containing 2GO acres and is well improved good buildings and fencing cistern on porch and neverfalling stock water good young orchard and and one of the best barns in Madison No 2 known as the M F Todd farm contains 2JO acres is also well improved nnl well watered Call on ornddrcssJL- SOS rATE 6cp02 n Moberly Ky Wants to Locate at Brassfield rime Bliipgrats Industrial Institute at Keene which is modeled after the fnmons Tuskegeu school j of Alabama will probably be moved to this county within the next year The colored citizens about Brassfield are making an ellort to secure time school and are taking up subscriptions with that end in view Prof Parker the principal of the school wants to get several hundred acres of laud so that lila students may find employment anti laud is high and had to get it at any price in Jessamine county For this reason lie has decided that It will be necessary to move and following the advice of the founders of Berea College is look jug for a place where land is cheaper It Is not known yet how much land can be bought at Brassfield RELIGIOUS The next annual Conference of the Kentucky M E church South will be held at Cynthinna There will be no services at the First Ilcshvtcriaii church tonight ad the jiastur Is attending Presbytery at YliilesSintion Time sixtysecond nnnnal meeting of the Kentucky Ciiristiin Missionary Convention will helllldat Glasgow Ky September The West Lexington Presbytery in session at Versailles will hold special services tonight celebrating the fortieth anniversary ot the pastorate of Rev Dr Rout of that church Time Kentucky Conference reported a decrease of 178 in membership There art 81 parsonages valued at 117238 29i houses of worship valued at 789 600 Twenty eight churches have no meetinghouses MATRIMONIALiTocKEuNEwnvLutiler and Miss Ellen Newby both of the Ne why locality were married here Ill u rotlay t USICKSGKICGS Robert Cusicks and Miss Ida C Gri gs daughter of William Jrigts of Valley VIKW were married last MondayT- ATIJMHENDEm1SUNJOlI T Tatum ansi Mbs Katie Henderson were united ill marriage at the home of the bride at lierea Thursday afternoon- f3xsisioNsANOUNH J Simmons Morril Ky and Mrs M C Anglin of Climax Kockcastle county were mar riel here by Squire Dykes last Wed nesdaySHisLEKinbY The marriage of Miss Victoria Kirby of Doylesville to Mr George M Hisle of Bloomingdale Clark county took place at the brides home Friday YIORCUA1IUERSA very pretty wedding occured at the home of Mr Gideon Taylor two miles from town on last Wednesday afternoon when Miss Satah E Taylor was led to the altar by Mr Jerre Chambers of Moberley Time ceremony wao performed by Rev W H Ilyals in his usual impressive style The attendants were Miss Liz zie Taylor and Mr G D Tevis and Miss Berthy TLotnas and Mr George Taylor The bride was very attractive in u stylish gown of white India linen while the groom wore the conventional black Only the near relatives and rroiit intimate friends were invited Many useful and ornamental presents were received Immediately after the ceremony the happy couple repaired to the home of Mr Jerre Broaddus where they will reside Time CLIMAX joins In with numerous others in extending con rat ulations to Mr and Mrs Cham ben and wishes them unbounded suc cess in life BIRTHS SuTuMr and Mrs Hamilton R Smith of Versailles but lately of Rich mond are the proud parents of a love ly daughter which arrived on the 11th GABDKEB News came from Jacksonville Fla of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs Joe Gardner formerly of Irvine Time little man arrived on the 20th of August and has been christened Joseph Samuel Jr We predict for Little Joe a grand future for from his mother who was before her marri age Miss Myrtle Williams he will in heilt a splendid appearance personally a lovable disposition besides those many othvr admirable traits of charac ter that are required forsnccess From his lather he will inherit business sagucity and thrift a fine musical talent and the strictly upright gen tlemanly moral conduct that has al ways characterized Joe Gardner Mjy time little stranger in this big world ever be a source of blessings and delight to his proud young parent is the wisi of the CLIMAX STATE SSLUCASFrank J Cheney maker oath that lie is senior partner of time firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the city of Toledo county anti State afore said and that said firm will pay the sure of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for inch and every case of Catarrh flint caniiot be cured by the use of HALIS CA tiltmi CUBE FRANK J CHENEY Strom to before iqe and subscribed in lily presence this 7th day of December D 1886 A W GLEASON- BKAL Notary Public j hulls Catarrh Cure ia taken inter nallfatld acts directly on the blood and mncous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Hulls Family Pills are tIme best 1m We meet many women shoppers In the buy ways of life Itj isnt necessary to weigh somepeo plo HI the balance to find them want Ini Ca ktfroo DEATHS ELYMr Alex Ely of time firm of Hiy Son carriage manufacturers of Piint Lick fell dead Monday while out at his stable from heart failure He had been in bad health for sometime but it was not thought serums Deceased was about jlfyfive yiar1d1 and was regarded as one of the best and most generous citizens in his commun ity No one ever ever suffered for help where ho was able to render and in fact it was a pleasure to deny himself for the aid of others No coo was ever a more constant servant to tho sick and poor than Alex Ely niul his loss will be sadly and deeply felt in his community He leaves a wife and several children most of whom are grown to join his many friends in lamenting over lila death Fiuflr AT Ibope of the most prominent citizens of Berea died suddenly at his home Friday night of heart disease The news of his death came as a great surprise to Ida friends here as he was in this city tbeday be fore and was apparently in the bta of health Mr Fish was one of oar leading business men and in his death not only his own town bnt the whole count suffers a great loss Asa merchant and politician be has always Wen rae ognized as a leader and much of the growth of his town is tine to his efforts lie was one pf tIme founders of the ttetei bank being for the past year the president of that institution Mr Fish was about forty years of ago and leaves awifc one son and a daughter to mourn his loss lie was a Mason and also an active member of the Rids mond Lodge B P O Elks both of which orders sustain a great loss hy his death The remains were interred at lierea Sunday afternoon with the honors of Masonry TKVIB Frank C Tevis formerly of Kirksville died at his home in Law renceburg Tuesday September 9th His death came as a great shock to his friends here many of whom had not heard of his illness The remains were brought to this city Thursday where they were interred with the honors of MasonryConcerningliia death the Anderson News says In the death of Mr F C Tevis which occured at time llolman House Tuesday after noon this community has suffered a real loss both in its business social and moral interests Less than a week before his death Mr Tevis was at his place of business in apparently the best of health In addition tu the local medical skill a specialist was called Saturday evening from Louisville Sunday and MOnday there seemed to bea hope or his recovery but late Monday evening the symptoms be came alarming aud he continued to sink until tIme end came as above sta ted Prank Ohrisman Tevis was the son of Mr and Mrs B F Tevis and was born near the village of Kirksville in Madison county June 10 1870 Ear ly in life he developed a taste and talent for a merchantile life and was so engaged near his home tor several years In March 1809 he came to this place and established the Cash Racket Store which has proved to be a very successful venture Though he came here a perfect stranger he was not long in proving his worth and he rapidly gHinn the conGdencc and patronage of thin public Many years ago he professed Christianity and became a member of time Presbyterian church and through no act of his was ever re proacli brought upon the name of Him whom he delighted to serve and honor and when called upon tolay down lifes burden he expressed a willing ness to account for his stewardship The bereaved parents and friends have the most profound sympathy of time entire community Cows For Sale Two valuable Jersey cows for sale Apply to Mhs A W SMITH aug20tf When a horse picks up a nail in his foot what does the driver do Does he whip the limping lagging animal and force him along Not unless he wants to ruin time horse At the first sign of lameness he jumps down examines the foot and carefully removes the cause of the lameness What is called weak stomach is like the lameness of the horse only to be cured by re moving the cause of the trouble If you stimulate the stomach with whis ky medicines you keep it going but every day the condition is growing worse A few doses sometimes of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will put the disordered stomach and its allied organs ot digestionand nutrition in perfect condition Ninetyeight times in every hundred Golden Medical Discovery will cure the worst ail meats orignating in diseases of the stomach It always helps It almost always cures To curs constipation use Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets They are sure IOFFICE ql Jl1Footwear Winter bhpes Felt Boots Leather Boots Over Shoesthe big gest and best stock hr Madison county and a saving price on every pair for 50 65 85e for 65 9Sc 125 150 and 198 2J to 7 Kid 250 soft red tan blue 25c We line of 800 and 9Sc to 600 10 0 our and 8 9 for the past 25 years the lWd of Ky visicd HIS is and work has given entire all all over the State of and other States ol skill jf need HOURS 4 p m Ky Co business in was re by fire at the l are not in and without a in this of is le A at once andsee for the that and get this of it 2 Comedo see our new Fall and Winter Suits Our range of together a tailor to a perfect fit for every man and our of or your Guaranteed Suits v i p to = We are looking for a and to meet a demand is the the largest in our history Styles were never more sen and you cant go wrong an OverCoat this fall and lets talk it over 5 10 15 and up COVINGTON BANKS COMPLETE AND BOYS IN SHOESS Kreiders Celebrated Patent Slippers Children and Rothchilds Patent Upper Two Strap Sandals Children and 85e Ladies Patent Vamp Strap Sandals Ladies Patent Leather Vamp Vim Tsvnisli fP 50newestshapesSunrise worth2 Q Rothchilds Men Shoes Chrome 4 styles branded InfantsMoccasins lOc Infants sole Shoes white black CLOTHINGShowinga large SUITS that cannot heequaled Boys Knee Boys Knee Pants 9Sc Mattings to 25c Window Shades 8 to 65c You invited to inspect MILLINERYS DEPARTMENT ELDEDto 8EATDrWednesday Thursday October and Continuous Dr Goldstein wellknown Physician practical Optician Louisville Richmond reputation established his satisfacuicin having patients Kentucky Take advantage his on servicesS Hotel Glyndon Richmond FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR FIRESALEHaving Shugars whose house Lancaster cently destroyed Twill offer these goods FIFTY PER CENT Less than original wholesale Price These Goods damaged the least these bargains parallel city EVERYTHING In the way Dry Goods Boots Shoes Hats Caps Gents Furnishings and Clothing included in this Slaughter Come yourself bargains being offered first pick from immense stock GoodsTHE LOUISVILLE STORE A DOBROWSKY Prop First St Opposite Court House Ga- teRichmond Ky Winter SU ITSwide sizes with good alter when necessary insure positive guarantee satisfaction money governmentbond 500 2250 OVER COATS great OverCoat season prepared heavy Our stock sible on invest ment Come Guaranteed OverCoats 8 d OUTFITTERS FOR MEN ELDERS BARGAINS 11AND SLIPPERS 0- s0o 0- OO 75 Oxfords 1 our price our price 175 are at 1000 Suits to 1 are has his are are are Ij 8S 0 Baby Caps lOc to 250 Misses Hats 25c to 250 Ladies Hats 75c to750 v 1 Bogaerts Silverware Time exquisite designs and superior quality of Bogaerts Silverware Iii giyen it tho distinction it sustains of being unsurpassed Time extcnsior of the assortment in which it is shown at my store makes this The Place at which to do your Silverware bu- yingVictor BogaertMANUFACTURINGJJEWELER AND IMPORTER 5E MAIN ST LEXINGTON KY Our Motto Reliable Goods Fair Dealing Bottom Prices Must lbRegardless of Price WiligingIuntil every thing is sold will offer bargains never before heard of in the county There is in stock- 60000 Rolls of Wall PaperS The newest and best selected stock in the State which will i e sold in any quantity desired by purchaser SThereisPictures and Picture Frames that will be sacrificed during this Slaughter Sale The entire stockmust go There is also a complete line of Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Pictures Picture Frames Curtain Poles Window Shades Window Glass Sash etc and an entire outfit of Painters and Paper Hangers Tools will be disposed of This is a genuine sale as the goods must be closed out and that at your own price You have the prh ilege of buying the entire stock or any part dcsired Call early andjget the pick of the stock PilL L WILLING Executor JIto o o SS I 4 I- 4 M J TO THOSE tl wishing to purchase the celebrated Page Wire Fence fJ 1I1easpdlOfliatetlllltit places in Madison county Arbuckle Simmons R cbmonil Hearer k Hamilton Waco Jo 0 S Powell Red Home VallevVlewJNewbyBurtonJ V Teater Edenton ottonburgIV C McWharter virallacetcn BIckner k Earl GBerea JTCoy KirksTllle POI Sale The National Collection Agency Washington DC Will dispose of the following judgments AI k W Webber BerkleyKyl38 26 George Potter Clinton Ky 112 45 J W Powell Dixon Ky 223 00 N G Brandon kCo Dexter Ky 33i 20 J It Young Son GUseow Ky 10 Vm Knepzlen Milton Ky28 41 U N Phlpps Mt Sterling Ky 66 28 Ferdinand 54 09 Root W Owens Loufsvil e 14 00 n J Durrett Preston St road Jefferson county Ky 5 60 Austin Rockport Ky 136 Send bids to National Collection Agency WASHINGTON D C 7myft lem If the average mans digestive appar atus is all right his conscience doesnt trouble him mu- chSoda Pop is u purely temperance drink It is the thing for this season Cecil C trorn are manufacturing a superior quality of SODA POP of all flavors and wish to place it on sale in villagePrICes Cecil Catron function City Ky Free t Reclining Chair Cars IIIa0170n All IMPORTANT TEXAS POINTS Double Daily Service ARKANSAS OKLAHOMA INDIAN TERRITORY TEXAS ChOCTAW FlYER 4 Mimphla to little Rock 46 Memphis to Hot Springs 6 MEMPHIS FretRicllnlnfUnsarpujedSupefb Jlrmphli Ticket OOre HI Kiln St mANX GRIFFITH T P Jden btTean T BLACKJUN T p A TIIAtInta Go QEO H LEE P ind T Lkttl ilock Ark Some ReasonsW- hy You Should Insist on Having OILUnequaled Renders hard leather soft preparedKeeps A heavy HARNESS An excellent preservative Reduces cost of your harness Never burns the leather its Efficiency is increased Secures best service Stitches kept from breaking OIL Is sold in aU- Localities MInntacti2redby Standard 011 Company +++ CALL AT++++ JONES MERSHON + SALOON PARLOR WEEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto tlate and accommo ditins cle rs Genuine Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS8SSSSSS Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY coROUTE PopularExcursions TO Old Point Comfort And Ocean View Va daysReturning will be sold July 15 and 29 August 19 and September 2 Solid vestibuled Trains dining cars SleeperStopoverFull information at 0 O ticket oflice Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky 13 Round Trip GEO W BARNEY D P A John Ii Iitis A U PA Profit Sharingx The Cincinnati Enquireroote acsfdo 9713Q00 To be distributed to such of its readers who care to engage in an intellectual and profitable study A contest that will familiarize them with the population voting power and government of the State of Ohio The Problem is generatState12000 will be presented toorj making the nearest correct estimate 12000 additional if an exact correct estimate is made making a total of 24000 lor a correct estimate foransuch estimate is made by a monthly subscriber to the Daily Enquirer at time of making such estimate There are 4187 cash prizes in all several of which equal a lifetime competence 100 for a years subscription to the Weekly Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate for a monthly subscription to Daily Enquirer entitles subscriber to one estimate 50 cents without any subscription privilege entitles subscribers to additional estimates at rate of SQC for each estimate Do not make any estimate until you thoroughly understand this Profitsharing Plan of the Cincinnati Enquirer All estimates must be made on blanks prepared for the ptrpose and in conformity with rules and providedSend to ENQUIRER PROFITSHARING BUREAU Be 7 16 Cincinnati O 4 I5 LOUis V I 1 1 CpJenderson nndSt4 Louis Railway Homeseekers ExcursionsA- T LOW RATES Fw TO- TUEWEST Tickets on Sale First jxnd Third Tuesdays in MARCH APRIL and MAY 1902 Also Low Colonist One Way Rates to the Northwest and California Points N X XX For Further Informution Address GEO L GARRETT L J IRWIN Tn v Pexss Agent GcrvI PasS AleRt LOVISVIILEKY c for Salt Two splendid buJWlDR lots In tIff best part of tho city Ono is COiSW and the other 100x300 For terms apply nt this office mch26tf MORE LIVES ARE SAVED BY UStNO Or Kings New lJiscoyeryJ FOR Consumption Coughs and Colds Than By All Other Throat And Lung Remedies Combined This wonderful medicine positively cures Consumption Colds Bronchitis Asthma Pneumonia Hay FeverPleurisy LaGrippe Hoarseness Sore Croup and Whooping Cough NO CURE NO PAY Prico 50c 1 Trial Bottle Im Edaeat FORA Situation Bk Keeii liI PHONOGRAPHY TTjMWrttli lfIjam WILBUR R SMITH LEXINGTON KY For circular of his lamon and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY UNIVERSITY Arrarilcil Modal nt World Expoiltlon Iticn to thncsandi at graduate In poiiitloni i tof rill llnslnru Conr including Tnt ion Moots Uuard in f milr about h Irthllld Type Wrilin and Telegraphy Specialties Vni Hrntnckr University Diploma nndcr ieal nlcvl cpKlnntm LIIfr r Oounwfrve if dwlred o Enter now GradcatM coccfsifnl onll vmir letter reach w tIdrno onisr IIQ R SMITH LEXINGTON KY Louisville t1c nilrot DAILY EX SUNDAY TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND or LmbyvUleand Cincinnati For Irvine Mam For Millers Creek 250 pm TRAINS ARRIVE RICHMOND From Louisville Lexington and llMam Cincinnati SUr pmFromC M BROWNING Gen MgT KyRRichmond K- ySeptember Days At Estill Springs 4 + +t++++ it4+ ++++ foAre the Finest of the Year fofo We are expecting a big month in September fo House parties will be the order of the day fo 0 ii ru teiO 08o trtIS rn1btcu 4 o = fornOu trre t uaIUp4- C Fine Music Delicious Fare Golf Ping Pong Bowling 8o u tIStIS rJ t2ur t t For terms and other infor mation address W R ThomasIRVINE KY For Spring 1902ce White Cotton Dress Goods Victoria Lawn India Linen Persian Lawn French Lawn Organ ies Nainsoods Novelty Fancy Weaves Piques Madras Shirt ings Colored Cottone Dress Goods Fine Printed Novelties Ginghams Chambrays Shirtings J Embroideries Taffetas Laces Crepe de Chines Wash Silks Ribbons Agents for G ftonts Celebrated Shirts hiteANDGibson1RICHMOND Words and Deeds In his speech at Boston President Roosevelt uttered this truth A man is not a good citizen I do not care how lofty his thoughts are about citizenship in the ab stract if in the concrete his actions do notbear them out This is merely another way of saying Actions speak louder than wordsa truth that everybody recognizes and in whose light President Roosevelt does not appear wellHe professes to believe that trusts are to some ex tent at least evil and to de sire to curb them He sin gled out the beef conbine and ordered his attorney general to bring suit against it But at the same time he had his department of labor engaged in preparing figures to prove that the beef combine was not responsible for the increase of meat prices That was exactly the line of de fense made by the beef com bine and if it could be es tablished it would end all liability of that organization President Roosevelt pro fesses to regard the trust question as an important one but at the same time he has his census bureau preparing figures designed to show that trusts amount to very little that they control only a small part of the business of the country If they amounted to so very little as the census bureau maintains it would hardly be worth while troub ling about them- President Roosevelt cannot maintain that his right hand does not know what his left hand is doing He sends out Secretary Shaw to explain adminis1itration uses this department of labor defense of the beef combine in his speech While Attor neyGeneral Knox is supposed to be fighting the beef combine in the courts Secretary Shaw is on the stump main taining that the beef combine has done no wrong The pro ceeding in the courts develops into a farce Verily actions speak louder than words Sentinel True Men The finest type of manhood- is never overwhelmed or entirely dismayed no matter what comes A man of his best type may see his property swept away from him his hopes blasted ambitions thwarted and his plans de molished but his spirit re mains undaunted his courage his trusts and his selfcon fidence undiminished His success is beyond the reach of mere accident of fire of panic or of temporary disaster the foundation of his sue cess is laid upon the eternal rock of truth of justice of probity of high thinking and of square dealing and no floods or misfortunes or commercial devastations can reach him They do not touch the real man for his invest ments are io himself It is only the more shallow minds men without reserve of char acter without other resourc es than money or property that go down in financial fail ure The man who has leaned to live in himself and not in his property who does not put his trust in riches but in principle does not lose his greatest possession when he loses his money Ixr THE FiRST STEP motherslireattempt to walk is begun so early as to sturdystrngthby every mother But it often happens that tile child js tim 1 initl1itymothers arms with no playHotHers childrenselves be strong for the 1themother tThe use of Dr Pierces Favorit- ePrescription by expectant mothers gives them hea and strength IthJgive their nourishes strengthens the body and gives great thatthebabys ProscriItionto and can cheerfully recommend iLt JeonardrilleRI1c benefitedseenasoutpatentandhealthygnedthreeFavorite Prescriptioa makes weak Acceptnoworks wonders for weak women The Peoples Common Sense Medical a book containing lp08 pages Is gives away at one cct 6tainp boOkisI sR n vn rbl5 signature ooevory box ot the getiulte Laxative romoQuinineiiWletst- bo remedy thaVcnreo a coIiMa one Low Round Trip Rates to Washington Account G AR Ou accoiinfc of the Grand Army Reunion at Washington D C the Chesapeake Ohio railroad will sell round- trip tickets from Lexington Ky at 1155 and at correspondingly low rates from all points Tickets will be sold on Oc tober 3rd 4th 5th and Gth and will be good to return until November 3rd if de sired Extensive preparations are being made by the Govern ment authorities in Washing ton to decorate and illuminate the Capitol in the most gorgeous manner Low rate excursion tickets will be sold from Washington during tho ieunion to all battlefields and Eastern cities between Norfolk and New YorkThe C 0 will have two fast trains iaeh way with fin est sleeping car coach and dining car service traversing more historic country than any other line For full information or sleeper reservation see any ticket agent or G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent tf Lexington Ky Tetter SuitIllicit and Eczema The allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad easer Itisa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore oyes 25 eta per box nrejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Thoy are not food but IIhorsecents per package Peculiar Invention Ernest Brown of this place has invented u coffee grinder which by a simple device can be attached to any telophone Whenever the phone crank is turned a fly wheel on the grinder rapidly revolves therebyputting the machine in motion By keeping a little coffee in the hopper and using your phone occasional y you can always have on hand plenty of ground coffee ready for use Brown has applied for a patent The in vention appeals to every fam ily that uses a hello ma chine and drinks coffee for this reasOn will no doubt eventually come into general use Lancaster Iecord Water Cure for Chronic Con stipation anhourgoing to bed also a drfnk of water hot or cold about two hours after each meal Take lots of outdoor exercise regularhabitic constipation may lie cured without the use of any medicine When a purgative is required take something mild and gentle like Chamberlains salebyIts the deaf man who wants a little hear below Fortune Favois a Texan Having distressing pains in head back and stomach and being without KinJrtINew feltlikeand liver troubles Only 25c at Perry fc Thomas drug store 1m We meet many women shoppers in the buy wayaolhU- eNotDoomed For Life goolldoctolllnellsville 0 for piles and Fistula Aroica8aleeruptions25c at Perry Thomas drug store 1m Scarcity of Pennies There is what might be termed a penny famine in Elizabetl1 town TJie banks postoffice railroad office and the stores have all been on the hunt for pennies all this week and it is almost impos sible to find enough to make the necessary change We must confess that ve are en tirely at a loss to apcount for the scarcity for as a usual thing there is an abundance of them in circulatjpn here Elizabethtown Mirier Many Miles of jRoad They had a railroad meet ing in Stanford 1f9daYand a fellow tells us 01 e speakers warming 5up said Gentlemen we thst have her Thats the biggest sys tern of roads int e ouutry Why she has seve thundred and fifty thousand miles of track Thats 1O t l of rail road sure but we glless hes orretBOr y An exchange says The mule is an easy animal to raise He doesnt eat much ascompared to a horse An energetic mule wilJ make a trip quicker than a horse though he may not go so fast The secret of the speed is his uniform gaitsteadyand per sistent You hardly ever see a sick mule he seems practically immune from the diseases which attack horses Gas Reduction About one year ago this company materially reduced gas and water rates It has been so encouraged by increased patronage in both during the present year that it has determined to allow a discount of 25c per 1000 feet on illu minating gas furnished on and after Dec 1 1001 thereby reducing the net price of gas from 200 to 2175 IBut notice is especially given that this discount on gas wilt not be allowed to any person who fails topay his gas bill on or before the 10 of each month at the office or who is indebted to the company for water All delin quent persons will be required to pay the present rate penalty without exception Respectfully RICHMOND WATER LIGHT Co Nov 27 1001 dec 4 tf NOTICE TO CREDITORS All persons having claims against the es tate of TJ Scott deceased are respectfully reqnested to them as Is and present them either to me or to my brother John B Welch at Nicholasvllle Ky on or before October I 1902 And all persons In debt to said estate are requested to call upon one us and settleIed IDA W SCOTT 274 Executrix J Scott deceased NOTICE All persons having claims against Geo M WiII deceased must file same properly verified with the Executor on or before October 1 loo2nr same will be barred Persons indebt Pod to the estate are requested to settle at once PHIL L WILLGING 20au 4t Executor LOST HORSE Lost in Richmond Court day a brown mare 8 or 9 years old 15 hands high scar on both hips foretop cut out and in good shape Liberal reward for any information leading to the recovery of same ALBERT REED 2tvlt Sterling Ky Public Sale I will sell publicly my farm of about Eightyfive acres on Silver Creek two miles west of Whites Station Ky on Wednesday Oct 15 This place has a nice six room residence out buildings good orchard plenty water and iu fact is oneof the best farms in the county I will also offer for sale at the same time the corn crop of about 40 acres and a large lot of household and kitchen furniture all firstclass and comparatively new Mrs Nannie Crooke Whites Station Ky Natures DangerSignals Do your eyes blur at times readingAreaches Are the muscles around the eyes drawing wrinkles and crows feet They are Natures Danger Signals goneisIt costs so little to help the eyes if done in time I can give the early helplater I have to refer work to Oculist 4 ++ + +++ +++4++ t tt+ can + + correct tenses mounted + In any manner deslrcd i4+++++ +++ T+ A Robinson Optician and Jeweler Main St Richmond Ky Armers old Und 30l ly 3660Louisville to California Points via Illinois CentraL Personally conducted ex cursions leave Louisvilleat 12I oclock noon every Tuesday and Friday in through excur sion sleeping cars Double Berth Rate O ltf50 Tickets on stile daily during September and October Corresponding reduet ionsfrom points Liberal stop over privileges at important Onlythroughsection to iforni Forf aitlter information address RfFowkrtTPA Prof R C Adams OF PANOLA KY Offers his services to the people Madison and adjoining counties to teach Ten Das Musical Con- ventIons consisting of rndimen UI chorus and voice Also to conduct tbe music for pro tracted meetings and public gathering Can furnish male quartette for epeclal occasions Please give ten days notice 30l6m PublicSaleAs Hill deceased I will offer at Public Sale on the premises runningimouth of Tates Creek at 10 oclock am o- nVJthy Zptmcrt- he 11 following property About 400 acres of land to be Bold in different tracts and then as a whole the largest amount realized to be ac cepted 23 head of catte consisting of yearlings twoyearolds and cows 17 feeding hogs and two sows with pigs the crop of corn to be sold in field and about 40 barrels old corn A full line of farming implements household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention Terms made known on day saleJ White Admr KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat thedlgestants Ifailsthe food you want The mostsensltive manythousandscured after everything else failed Is unequalled for the stomach Child ren with weak stomachs thrive on it First dose relieves A diet unnecessary Cures all stomach troubles Prepared only by E O DEWITT k Co Chicago The it bottle contalnsSK times tboSOc size For sale by Perry Thomas Of Vital Interest I WE have erected a large and and more modern business house to take the place of the one recently destroyed by fire and are now equipped to handle with wore to ourselves and customers all the Eggs Poultry Hides Furs and other Produce in Madison aud adjoining counties always paying the highest pricesWe kinds of FEED SALT c Give us a call before disposing of your pro Jouthatbusiness in Madi- sonGOTT BROS Depot2janly RICHMOND KY Plan Now For Colorado Th Burlingtons Extensive Scheme of Summer Tours The Burlington Route makes the most attractive excursion rates to Col orado Resorts that have ever been made For long periods of the Summer we make such remarkable low first class round trip rates to Denver Colorado Springs and Mauitou as 2100 from St Louis 1500 from Kansas City 2500 from Chicago good all summer at other periods only ono fare plus 200 rounJ trip Cheap to Pacific Coast Too May 27th to June 8th Auctst 2d to 8th Round trip good 60 days variable routes from St Louis 4750 from Chicago 0000 Missouri River 4500 all lower than the one way rate only 1100 more between Frisco and Port land first clasej gcod in chair cars seals froo standaidsleepers or Through Tourist Sleeper Excursions Chief Coast route the Burlington to Denver through Senic Colorado Salt Lake Cool Minnesota lOOOIakes scores of the coolest and countryfrequentApply to nearest Ticket Agent or write us of your proposed trip heatherto Colorado Pacific Coast Yellow alvlseIostorCaliforniaWM SHAW P 430 Vine Street Cincinnatli Ohio C M LEVEl General Manager- St Louis Ma WAKELEY Genl Passr Agent St Louis Mo TH- ELexingtont Democrat fsss THE ONLYSe t 0DAILY afJ Blue 4 Grass RegionJ it Ills devoted isterustoftheCemocratIa rewswltvcr Subscription Price 500 a Year tIscents UAVeek bycarrlerJ H+ JwPWALTONt EDlTlft AND MQR LexiBftai j Kentucky uII 20 PERCENT OFF ON STOVES t 20 cent can be saved by buying your Stove of ahy description from us We bought early in carload lots therefore we can save you the advance in prices and the freight I fo I WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR heat Majestic Range HeateYoufore seeing us Seeing is buying We are sure can give you a better article for less money than a one in this or any other town HARDWARE OUR LINE OF Farming Implement Is complete We Carry the Chattanoo Diic only perfect Disc Plow made ItsN iJgiitsThe Triumph Wheat Drill is something that vd1pa Pepairing Arbuckle SimmonJ 20 PER CENT OFF ON STOVES 2 5 t ockwc n I It is time you were thinking a your SST 1rCkx e and therefore it is time to think partiabout FURNITURE You want a large and varied st to select from You want v variety of prices You want telligent courteous servitv above all you want the right l1i s We are prepared to meet ni these wants in the fullest men and earnestly ask an inspeCt our stock before plaeingyour i w SOldham Cor 2d and Irvine Sts RICHMOND UIj3lly KENTUCKY i iI1 L ASI TERJI IryouwanttonndadbomeIn iepmsperI inawlibabody who is anxious to bettcr his conditloD FRWYATTTPA ciscixsAiioaw EW P n STtOtlSlO IF JKNEED OF- NOTE HEADS LETTEn IIEJ Jtt STATEMENTS BLLJ J CATALOGS POSTERS ORA NYJrIiVJi jrTIlE ijIiviXr jLllCall ori the 7 CUIX ntNnNficO C KkhMoul Ky